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Today's News

  • Meet the Candidates Night set for Oct. 11 at Odell Williamson Auditorium

    A Meet the Candidates Night is scheduled for 6 p.m. Monday, Oct. 11, at Odell Williamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick Community College.

    Just three days before early voting begins Thursday, Oct. 14, Meet the Candidates Night will feature federal, state and local candidates.

    Sponsored by the Alliance of Brunswick County Property Owners Association and co-sponsored by the Brunswick Beacon, the event is free and open to the public.

  • Bird at county complex tests positive for Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus

    There has been regular sentinel chicken testing by Brunswick County Operation Services/Mosquito Control personnel, which is coordinated by the state.

    Bi-weekly sentinel chickens are tested for EEE, West Nile Virus and other mosquito transmitted infections.

    Tests performed on sentinel chickens housed on the Brunswick County Governmental Complex found a bird infected with Eastern Equine Encephalitis virus, according to the Brunswick County Health Department.

  • McCumbee eighth in Rockingham race

    ROCKINGHAM—In the last race of the 2010 ARCA Racing Series, Chad McCumbee raced as high as second before finishing eighth Saturday in the American 200 presented by Black’s Tire and Auto Service at Rockingham Speedway.

    “It was a great performance,” he said Monday. “We had the best car on the race track a lot of the race. I think a lot of people took notice.”

    McCumbee, who started 13th out of 41 drivers, was one of 12 drivers to complete all 200 laps on what he considered his home track on the ARCA circuit.

  • Trojans unable to stop East Bladen

     ELIZABETHTOWN—East Bladen scored on all five of its second-half possessions in beating West Brunswick 54-35 Friday night in a high school football game.

    “Coach Fletcher and myself both believe in defense, and there wasn’t a whole lot played out here tonight,” East Bladen coach Lenon Fisher said.

    “They’re a good football team,” Fletcher said. “We just didn’t match them score for score.”

  • Wishes come true through Wishing Well Foundation

    HOLDEN BEACH—Six-year-old Dakota Thomas has been to the beach before but has only seen it from one spot.

    Because of his spastic cerebral palsy, he must either walk with the help of a walker or be pushed in a wheelchair—neither of which work well in the sand.

  • West Brunswick routs Whiteville in volleyball

    The West Brunswick High School volleyball team routed Whiteville 25-14, 25-13, 25-13 in a conference match Oct. 7 at West. The victory gave West a 7-1 record in the conference, 11-4 overall.

    Katie King and Jasmine Jackson got the Trojans off to a good start, as King held serve for for six straight points and a 7-0 lead. Jackson had three straight blocks in the run.

    The lead went to 12-1 on a kill by Kayla Padgett, an ace by Mary Morgan Inions, a kill by Jackson off a set by Rebecca Howington and a dink by Kayla Padgett.

  • Brunswick Plantation plays fourth club championship

    The Brunswick Plantation Golf Club played its fourth annual club championship Sept. 20-23, with the women playing on Monday and Wednesday and the men on Tuesday and Thursday.  

    Alcina Davis was first in the women’s championship flight. Moe MacDonald was second and Mae Drezek third. Dave Mambro was first in the men’s championship flight, George Tuccinardo was second and Tony Ingorgio third after a card playoff.

  • Tourney benefits Sunset Harbor-Zion Hill Fire Department

    On Sept 18, a golf benefit for the Sunset Harbor-Zion Hill Fire Department was played at Carolina National Golf Club. It was a captain’s choice scramble and 34 teams participated in the event. More than $13,000 was raised for the fire department. 

    Men’s flight 1: Tying at 57 were Jim Martin, Frank Paolicelli, Curry and Jere Jones and the team of Rick Klein, Jerry Mullin, Tom Godwin and Bill Profitt.

  • Rivers Edge wins Interclub tournament

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